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SWIMMING: Wheeling Park Last Chance Invitational

February 9, 2014
The Intelligencer / Wheeling News-Register

WHEELING - Parkersburg South took home the boys' title and Morgantown won the girls' portion, while host Wheeling Park came home second in each.

It was another top performance by the Patriots' Katlyn Curnes, who took home first place in both the 200 IM (2:21.85) and the 100 Breatstroke while teaming with Katherine Stamper, Hannah Butts and Emilee Heilman for a runner-up finish in the 400 Freestyle Relay. That unit also won the 200 Medley Relay.

Stamper took home the top spot in the 50 Freestyle, Butts was second in the 100 Butterfly, Heilman first in the 100 Backstroke and third in the 100 Freestyle.

John Marshall's Jade Worrels finished second in both the 200 Freestyle Relay and 100 Freestyle. Wheeling Central's Jocie Humpe was runnerup in the 100 backstroke.

On the boys' side, Wheeling Park was led by Noah Salvatore. He captured the 500 Freestyle in a time of 5:13.78, and was on 400 and 200 Relays with Zach Sherman, Michael Mueller, and Trent Connor) that finished second and third, respectively. In addition, Salvatore was second in the 300 Freestyle.

Sherman and Mueller teamed with Tanner Gantzer and Ronald Butts to end up second in the 200 Medley Relay. Sherman captured the 50 Free and Connor ended third in the 100 Butterfly.

John Marshall senior Aaron Mull was crowned champion in the 100 Breaststroke.

 
 

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